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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 August 1897

J& r.sv TBR MOByiNG TIMES, SUNDAY. AUGUST 1, 1897. 13 ),, T7 A monkv WAyrKD a:o TO IOA.V. KANTEDia.OOolrrom a private party on private and business property on N. i. i o . tar f wnrs at. n nr cent: no agents; lecurlty ample. Address OWNER, this J jrrica, jyai-ou WANTED -On mortgage, $000 at 6 per cent on country property worth $4,000. Address FARM.4Q3 G bt.nw. 3y293t-cm UNE!t AT 5 PER CENT on ical es tate in D . C No delay. Terms reabon b!e. HEISKELL & McLERAN, 3y9-lm 1008 F et. nw . LOANS from 5 to $50 to reliable parties; money advanced -on bicycles, Room 8, Central Building, cor. 9th and Pa. aye. nw. Jy-' - 11. K. FULTON'S loanofflcc. 1218 Pa- ave. u w., moncyloaned on watches, diamonds, jewelry, silver ware, etc. apl0-0m LOAMs MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT- eral, euch as life policies. stocks, bonds, building associntlou Eliares, syndicate cer tiricates, etc No delay YERKES & BAKER. 1110 F et. Take elevator. tf LUAa AD ON FUUNH'UltK, "HOUSES. ETC. Loans aa3eoaFurnitunj,Pla...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 August 1897

14 THE 10ffNXBTGr TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 1, 189T. JWOnANS PAGa hmi I' in in mi i m wwi i m ' r t"'T rr i nirTTrnTTliTTm"n lsfflmmaBmmwt m w w f w mm MUBMmfflGBmm jKJ&ff tr5H&SBiftBMFn! vg 1 1 Ju. jb jC Em wre-Iooklng gentleman who stood 80 near JDsrsL vSlS&& m w. vV JF ft iiwfS tu'8 was Uie raan 1vn0 llaa doue SU-H wou- -f ON THE "CLIiTF WALK' AT NEWPORT. AN AMERICAN GIRL IN CAIRO. A lively Glimpse ol Places, People aud Things. Cairo is an endless feast for the eyes, even if one goes no farther than Bbep-li-ards terrace. Everything goes by, from the led-coated Tommj Atkins to the splendid orficer in full uniform and white helmet, magnificent dragomen, in golden embroidery, lelonging to some princelj family, a withered black monk on bis dor.k'j-. beautiful bronzed runners, like some" gay-plumaged birds, who fly before the carnages of the nobility, call ing out and hitting ecry one out of (he si ay -with, their long canes, solemn, white bearded. -bltc-turbaned Arabs who...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 August 1897

A THE MOBBING. TIMES, SUNDAY. AUGrTTST 1, 1897. u-lS The Woinan ELEGANT SIMPLICITY. The Revival of. Cunninr. Needlework 3 on dollies. Farls, July 20. Once It pleased a great queen to diuss as a dairy maid, and pos terity remembersber botterfor tldstravesty than perhaps for anything else the did. It Is a success that may "vvcll Inspire the dress amateurs once In a generation or no, and they have ceitalnly bethought thenibchcs of It this jean lor simplicity la now the fashion, and ruttlc effects are the top notch of the chic. .Muslin gowns, hemmed and tucked, and tied behind with a with withlong ends are being -worn by the mobt elegant -women In France. It is delightfully naive. One ,1b reminded or Mary Smith and Jane Davis coming into Jonesille to 'tee the circus. Teanuts, please, and pink lemonade. Somebody asked M. Boucet how all this came about, and hcie is what he oracu larly baid. The fashionh are thus because they were not so last jear, and they will be otherwise in autumn, bec...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 August 1897

V lP T" r-fr- -- 16 eilIHGS 08 TIE STAGE What to Learn; What fo Avoid; What io Do. A PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE The Dramatic Art as Taught by 3Ir. AutiNtin Daly Ilard IVorlt, Conscientious, Industry nnd u V.'ell Defined Parpose Keutial to Suc cess Where Success lis Possible. In this era of the history of the theater, tvhen the dramatic art holds its place as a recognized influence, for good or Tor evil, through its teachings; -when the preju dices of Out forefathers are swept aside, and new recruits, young people of family and education, are daily adopting the stage us a profession and seeking tlirough their talents to carve honorable careers for them selves, a word on amie of the trials and tribulations that beset a Legiuner's path, may be not amiss. Unless one i6 or a lUcatrical family and has been born and bred in that atmosphere when, or course, goingoa the stage is as easy and natural as a duck's first plunge into water the matter of obtaining a first engagement is a -ery serious que...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 August 1897

TH.E MOHBT& TIMUS JSUlif'DAT, AUGUST 1, 189T. IT. fcfc T 9 g& file S&ipper'S WaolH; By '. "VV. m nnn SI. " In !ew rapid timcb, before the invention or the electric telegraph and other hclen tllio luxuries, Capt. Gething -would hae remained quiettj on board the Seamowand been dellveied to his expectant family wltbout any f miner trouble As it was, the message in which Capt. Wilson took cuoh pride readied Mrs. fietliing juat ah Mr. Uiovcr, who had been hitting in her pailor all the afternoon listening as pa tiently as lie could to her somewhat un interesting conversation, was on the point otdeparture. Theeffectonhim was hardly lesfc marked than on his Hostess, ami lie -went on hi -way to the railway ttation In a condiUen In -which lage and jealousy btrovc for the mafctery- All -lie Wtt ti town lie pondered over ways and means to wrest Horn his lival lire prize -which he had v.'ou. and by the time the tram had teached Fenchurch btieet he had natcneu as pleasant a little -pl...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 August 1897

"TT "'TT'WSfer-3 - 'iri5PHFllPSga-"" i'lB' "'Wrrm,T "!" -r jfrvw j- ssjSfS-jgPt -sTSBiJWfejSpf1n 3K f-r THE MOltNIXGr TIMES, STJimkY, AUGrTJST 1, 189T. 18 d ?! So far lit tlic reader observes the pro ducUvcnPKS uf the literary market, we are Just now-between season. The poster boy anrt Hit poster girl have ccmc down from J tlitr tfiop winnow and are noteen on uie bulletin lenrd lwrfore the boofcstons: they jn' ji'ven back chambers lu the artiste mind Hxomeoutin the autumn, reposed, reeolored, and rehabilitated. Dog days are not book days except Tor tiie pro vider h Uie hide street, who dispenses his Edna lijtlpi'. wud Laura Jean Libbeys and Mary Ooril Havsln yellow covers and ho cv ersat "7 cent?; wore 13." The tout person who drives up behind anairoflivoriedlackeysandbearsawaythc deluxes Is at tl.t, t rat hoi e, the professor who haunts the scientific shelf for specific treatt'-es has hied himself to the summer fcilKJOl. or he is doing the Eu?hsh catl u dral Uwns, and ihatinre but ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 August 1897

" "V"' ".sj-tt "''-' i95jf "-a " r ft-- ef-i fee--' A V V9 - Tho clrenlutlon o Tho Suuday Times "was 23,760 Copies. Daily average last -week, 40,921 Copies. ' WEATBTR PROBABILITIES. For tbc District of Columbia, generally fair; slightly warmer; variable winds., "hecornlug southerly. ITO. 1,230. WASHINGTON, MONDAY MQRNjENGr, AUGUST ty 189T SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. wht uitttetf AtTAGK HIMS SUBURBS Culms Strike Terror Into tlie Hearts of the Spaniards. COMMUNICATION IS CDT OFF Baize All Trains Going to the Qity and Prevent Provisions From Unto ring The Inhabitant o the -Outskirts Have Fled for Safely Into the Capital. Havana, July 31, via Key "West, Aug. 1- This morning two hundred Insurgento, un doi tonncanjl of Major Andres Hernandez, t entered Las Puentes, a suburb of Havana, and took possession of tbc place. They .plundered tbe military tuition, in -which Jtbe Spanish kept money for tho troops, and Kicked several stores, among them a drug btore, from wnlch they took all the medl ones. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 August 1897

" I v ' . the mok snare times, moos' day, august 2, 1397. FBEE FIGHT II THE BHOVE Suiday Reveler's Engage in a Riot Near Falls Glrorcli. TWO OFTHEH BADLY INJURED Beer-Drinking: Party From Wash ington Hie Alleged Asgreshort in u 25" vase Battle With Village Vonuur 3Ieu Clubs and "Knives Freely Used by the Brawlers. A free flght, participated In by a teore at young men from Washington and Falls Church occurred near Falls Church yester day, and 3K a result John ilelntosh, of "IVaeliiiigtoii. was, fceriously cut and Sharp Vaadeiwertusi, of Falls Church, received eevcre taj.nu to his face, ilclutu&h -was arrestfd and -will have to face Mayor i'aN)c of Falls. Cnurcu. this morning. The young tern had bi ought a wogonload of tnut iwJjiiiivichesfroni the city, and -with the local -os were enjoying themselves in a jaovc nar Falls Church. Tc Virginia illage has prohibited the liquor traitic -within its bounds, and as a result Sunday is usually a day of quietude. Several Wtxsks ago a party ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 August 1897

ftefrfa y THJE MOUSING TIMES, MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1897. JU- jqx . ' AID FOR SODTHERH FARMERS Secretary Wilson Making Special Eferts te Assist the Planter. Department BnlleUns on Agricul tural Conditions und Pointers on Crops to He Furnished.. The Administration inteads making a special elfort toward the development Af 4ltn nivMfMill-Mr'jl lnttfr,QtK Clt t .t S U - , ,,,, . , i Becreharv of Aciiculfure Wilson 1 now engaged in preparing bulletins of aU the ... ..-,.,.,..-; ..r Mint. K.-ilnii and will ""l l,luul""" " . . .. 1 have them distributed th-ooghou. , South. When asked abusfc the matter, Mr. WUo said that xt I th dtr ot ; Present McRinleynat mi rswe-iw- be done by the department for the de velopmsni. and extension or tle fanning interests of the Southern States. Winb this m view Secretary Wd-un will mala: a, Ujur of the So..tR in the winter nod learn in what wiry the interests: or .list section ut the country can best Ik lmne-lted- There la a. gxv-1 deal of data. Ijeloi'ging- w ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 August 1897

"- "VV-"" ",s"- -"Jassgf" .'- the Tyronyorq timjes, arosroAY, aucftjst 2, 1897' tEfec jmzdkzzSL Uimt& (MOUXIXG, EVENING AXD SUNDAY.) The Washington Times Company. STILSOX HUTCIIINS, President. liUTCHIXS BUU-DING. Sew Tori Office: 2000 Tract Buildinc. Subscription Hates. Moktiij V. BV Caruieii: Morning, Evening and Sunday, Fifty Cents JJornirg and Sunday. ...Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sui.day..?.lhir!y-iivc Cents BY MAIL. One Year, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, $5.00 Six Months, " ' " " 3.00 Three Months, " . " 175 Oho Year, Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Mouths, " " " 2.25 Three Slonihs, " " " 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday. ... 4.00 Six Months, " " " 2.25 Three Months, " 1.25 Sunday only, one year.. 1.00 .Orders hy mail must lie accompanied by subscription price. Teuu-hoxbs: Editorial Booms, 4SG; Business Ollioe, 1G49. Circulation Statement. The circulation oThe Times for tlie veck ended Saturday, July SI, 1897, was as follows: Sunday, July 25 .-23 922 Monday, Jubj 26. 39,900 Ttlc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 August 1897

THE MORNI-ETG TIMES, MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1897. n ssscKtsssoass'5s Qoassssa r- Ijuisburg-li & Ero. Now We've Done Hi Lsirtics' "V:xis ts, Laun dered Collars mid Guffs, "worth from $1.25 to $3, Pick from scores of patterns. Take your own choice. Tiie styles arc plentiful. Tfcepat ternsIiraitlsss. Don't stop at buying one, but buy a dozen, as opportunities 'ike this don't come every day- 420, 422, 424. 426 7th St. csassssssssssEssssssssss1 IBM BEDSTEADS. THIS BEATS ALL. ALL SIZES, j -& ! SSt5cO! For three days we will sell this elegant Iron Bedstead; all sixes,, for S3.S5 equal to any $6.50 Iron Bedstead offeredc This is not a light, cheaply constructed bedstead has 1& inch posts, ornamented with solid brass knobs in every re spect equal to any $6.50 Iron Bedstead sold. Our price, Mondays Tuesday and Wednesday, Only S3-B5- CASH OR CREDIT. LANSBUBGH'S FURNITURE AKD CARPET CO., 1226 F Street N.W. :S ROBERT KEELING, PAINTER OF MINIATURES, RcmoTeJ to 932 P Street, ItOOUl 13. Inti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 August 1897

"v -rs?--. -s& - ' 6 THE FORKING TIMES; MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 189T. ry-w-lsv- OHE THIRD OFF of regular prices for clioice of hundreds of Men's and Youths' Sack Suits, all the Woolen Bicycle Suits, and every pair of Shoes in the store. Half Price for all small lots of Children's Short Pants Suits and Separate Trousers. Robinson & Chery Co., 12th snd F Sts. N. W. Clothes. Furnishings. Eats. Shoes. .WSR. . , -s5s4-i&i ktffcSaW'OJK City Brevities. Lieut, Hcffner i-pcut lus first night at headquarters. List night. St&Uonkceper Allen, of the Fhst pre cinct, is off on a few days.' leave. .1oepli Quiglcy deposited S5 collateral at the Third precinct last evening for "scorching." Henry Aulh.n butcher, was arrested by Bicycle Olficei RoUnwm for rnst driving. He was, released on H collateral. Another splendid hcrsehas been bought for the Fir precinct patrol wason. The animal diwarded will be used for the' police atulmlaucc. Robert Hruwler fell from a Metropolitan car Satutday niht ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 August 1897

? Sime. WEATHER PBOBAmiTIES. The Circulation of THE TIMES Yestarday WAS . For ihe District ot Columbia, fair, fol lowed by lucrc-aslng cloufllnesa Tuesday afternoon; easterly winds. K !MO. 1,231. WASHISTGrTO, TUESDAY MOEMN&, AUGUST 3, 189T EIG-HT PAG-E3. OXE CEOT, ilSTAMICLE Public Opinion is Gener- ally Correct. 0ISHT0MS t ! 11 RECEIVER FOR GREECE Powerless Even to Defend the Capital of the Island. King George Will Never Submit to the Humiliation. mt 40g984 COPIES 7 'SSL JiSaiviV . .-. .ir-v- - ,?. .. .- Kv?i.xrr j itt .. , t ..''. . -s h 1 1 The People Know the Differ ference Between Real Hon- esty and Honeyed Words that Cover Deep Designs Against Their Pocketbooks. The trouble with the credit system Is that to many unscrupulous merchant have riniply used It as a means ot getting a tight grip on the unfortunate people who are not blessed with a superabundance of ready money. Tiu-y gets, firm hold of the junrortunatesand then they squeeze them. The people are to used to such pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 August 1897

2 BOTH SWALLOWED POISON Two Women, Tired of Life, Tried to End Their Sorrows. NEITHER ATTEMPT SUCCEEDED "Family Troubles Cuue Mr. Drewrj' to Drink Laudanum, "While No IteaMiu Chu Be A-hirned for Mis. "Lnrnberl'-j Desire to Die Suveil at the Hospital. Two women attempted to end tlieir ex istence yesterdny by the poison route. One was Mrs IlasUlns Drewry and the other Mm Amm Iambert. Tlie Jormer wanted to die because her tnibband forbade her visiting lier mother, and the latter did not give any reason for wishing to hurry up her deoartuic for the mystic beyond. .Mrs. Diev.-ry lires with her husband at the oorner of outb Capitol and X tifcets, wnerc tie is engaged in the mercantile busi ness. For some reason the hutbaud does not wish liis wife to visit her mother and the wife lias, at times, seemed determined to do this, in spite of the protests of Mr. D re wry. Yesterday the old wound was opened and Mrs. Drewrj- wanted to see her mother and after some words the wife procured a small v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 August 1897

THE MOBNING TIKES,, TUESDAY, AUGrTJST 3, 1897. 3 h 1 BIKES H IE KLONDIKE Specially Constructed Machines for Alaska's Icy Paths. NOVEL SCHEMES TO GET THERE Balloon Trip to the Gold Fields Passengers From Circle City Mny Jouruey Through the Air, "While Freight Is Carried on Rubber Tires An Air-Tight House. The Klondike fever is matins its In fluence felt everywhere and ichemes are being concocted all over the country to render the Journey to the gold fields easier than it is at present. Two of Uofie i-cliemes, originating in Kcw York city and descilbcd by the New Tork Her ald, aie decidedly novel. One of them pro- Designed for Klondike Bicycle Freight Line. vides for the use of a Lalloon, the other for the use of a combination bicycle in the long Journey which heparates civili zation Tiom the new "El Dorado. The former idea is taid to have origi nated ivith Leo Stevens, Jr., at whoie office in New Yoik city women arc busy Bcwing together the gores of a big bal loon. This balloon, acco...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 August 1897

THE MOUSING TIMES, TUESDAY., AUGUST 3, 189T 8timt3 (moiutixg, evexecg asb susday.) bv Tie Washington Times Gompany. STILSOX HUTCIIINS, President HUTCIITKS Builbikg. Sew" Toric Office:" 2003 Tract Building. SoBscitrruox Kates. Moj.Tni.Y. by Cakhiei:: TMbrning, Evening and Sunday, Pifry Cents Morning and SnncLiy..-.Thirty-uvo Gents Evening and Sunday... .Thirty-3ive Cents One Year, Mem., Eve. and Sunday, 55.00 Six Months, ' " " " 3.00 Three Months, " " " " L75 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.03 Six Months. " " " 2.25 Three Months. " " " 1.25 One Year, Evening and Snnday. 4.00 Six Months, " " " 2.25 Three Months, " " 1.25 Sunday only, one year. 1.00 Orders hy mail must he accoinpauied"by subscript ion price. Teleiuioxes: Editorial Booms, 486; Business Office, 1C40. Circulation Statement; The circulation of Tiie TiiiES for the week ended Saturday, July SI, 1S97, teas as Jollotcs: Sunday, July 35 23,922 Monday, July SS. 39,900 Tuesday, Juhi 27 40.184 Wednesday, July SS 40.GS0 Thursday. Ju...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 August 1897

THE MOJRNIJSfG TIMES, TUESDAY, AUGHJST 3, 1897. JLASSBURGH & BEO. too mm PARASOLS. We don't want them. Do you? All Parasols from $3.98 to $7.30 beauties at Unit Now $198. There Is no nsed for hesitancy. Quick decis ion means quick posses sion. 420, 422, 424, 426 7tb St. Here's a Stove Bargain Tfiat Is Rood enough to tell all your lnends about, lou know the advantages or cooking by gas tlie .ab fccnce or unnecessary heat, dust or dirt. Our 2-bumcr Double Flame lilue Heat Stove we have reduced to.. 88 Si 616 Twelfth. 1204 a st. n. w. ROBERT KEELING, PAINTER OF MINIATURES, Removed to 932 F Stret, Room U. tnttrvction lea .im-i c,as treryrnoTn si u: te AMUSEMENTS. The Marquis of ilichiffwu." An event of a'little nore than ordinary warmNveatber importance In tiieatricala as. ilie.presentaUon at tlie Columbia Thea ter last night for the ftrtt time on any r.ajte or a new comedy, "The Marquis of Michigan," by Glenn McDonough and Ed win Townwind The production is complete and iscaretuUyin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 August 1897

THJS aiOEJSTKa TIMSS, TUJESDAY, AUG-TJST 3, 1897. ? IREftK EVES WITH BOSTON Senators Win the First, the Beaneaters the Second. HIT RLOBEDAKZ WITH EASE He Proves an Easy Victim to tlie Sratesuieu In the Second German leasts Three Inning, "When Swuim Succeeds Him and Pitclies Good Bull. GAMES YESTEHDAX. Washington, 0; Boston, 7 First Came. Ronton, U; "Washington, 5 Second game. liultituure, 4; Philadelphia. 2. Ciucinnatf, 0; Pittbburg, - Kew York, O; Eroolcij'u, 8. Eotilsville, 5; Cleveland, 3. Chicago, 10; St. Eouis, 1 First game. Chicago, 0; St. Louis, 5 Second Came. GAMES TODAY. Boston at "Washington Two games. Phlludelplnu n Baltimore. St. Louis at Chicago. Cleveland ut Louisville. Pittsburg at Cincinnati. W. L. Pet Boston 57 25 .695 Baltimore.... 53 26 .671 Cincinnati.....52 27 .658 New York...48 31 .608 Cleveland.... 44 37 .543 Philadelphia..40 45 .471 Pittskrg 37 44 ,457 Chicago 39 47 .453 Louisville 38 49 .437 Brooklyn. 34 47 .420 Washington... 30 51 .370 St. Lcuis 22 65 .253 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 August 1897

aj"-. "Qv- Kt"Tlff'v THE MOBNINQTIJMES, TUESDAY, ATTGUST 3, 1897. MONKV WANTED .O'D TO IOA.V. WANTEDTo borrow "5.2,000 Tor one year oh ample security; 20 per cent cum. paid; no rislc. For particulars address MlJON.Mi. oruce. aua-dt WANTED $9,000 rrom a private party on pnvate and business property on .V x. avcvfor 5 years at 5 per eent; noagwitK, security ample Address OWNER, tlds office. - jy3i-6t aiUNJSl AT o PER CENT on real es tate in D . C. No delay. Terms reason able. IiElSKLELL & McLEKAN, jyU-lm 100b F st.jrw. H. K. FULTON'S loaaornce, 121S l'a. are. n w - moiie v loaned on watches, diamonds, Jewelry, buyer ware, etc aplo-iia LOANS MADE OS AFi'ltUVLD COLIAT- cral, such as life policies. btocks. bonds, building asst,at.oii chares. sT'ihaie -- tincates, No drtay YERKLS & BASES. 1110 F at. Tate elevator, U LOANS J-.YDfc ON i'UUNlTUHK. HOHSLS, I-1'C. Loans rnaJeoii i-,uaiturc,Pmno-.Horee. Wagons, ftL. . at lowest rates and uuititj. possible time. Strictly confiUcaiUat I l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 August 1897

Bjk--' n -$ytse-s "S"-MIgijjf8s-t'l'," THE MOKJNTOG TIMES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1897. 8 BICYCLE SUITS are included in the ONE THIRD OFF sale. So are hun dreds of men's and youths' Sack Suits in the nobbiest of this sea son's styles and the best of the good fabrics. All sizes and shapes. SHOElS. Every pair in the store Calf, Patent Calf, Kangaroo, Russet, Vici Kid and Canvas all at ONE THIRD OFF. Robinson & Chery Co., 12th and F Sts. N. W. Clothes. Furnishings. Hats. Shoes. City Brevities. Aimer W- Hose linh been reinstated as wntcliman in the State, War and Navy bnlldiag. L. F. Harries of No. 2146 Florida ave nue, reports stolen Xroui Ms hallway a tfne sHfc mntweUa- ,ArisantiSocotaiy'Roosevelthasietiirced from Mf vacation and during the absence of SeoioBiry Loas will be in charge of the Kawy Ueparuocut. Knuie m entered tbc saloon of P. P. Glaw. 9U Pennsylvania avenue. yestor hjy warning ' etwe:n 3 and 4 o'clock. 20CJBg wjw- stolen. A caran hicUms will be licld at Eandle rrk. Congr...

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